How to commute to QC Parks and Wildlife from Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Lucky Chinatown?

Last Updated on October 13, 2023

Get to QC Parks and Wildlife from Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Lucky Chinatown via JEEP and BUS

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 391 m

    1. DEPART on to Lucky Chinatown Walk
    2. CONTINUE on to path
    3. LEFT on to service road
    4. CONTINUE on to Reina Regente Street
    5. RIGHT on to Soler Street
    6. LEFT on to Sanchez Street
    7. LEFT on to C. M. Recto Avenue
  2. JEEP

    Ride T318: Divisoria-Gastambide

    From: Reina Regente

    To: Nicanor Reyes Street, City of Manila

    Fare: ₱13

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  3. Walk

    Distance 71 m

    1. DEPART on to Nicanor Reyes Street
    2. SLIGHTLY RIGHT on to España Boulevard
    3. HARD RIGHT on to path
  4. BUS

    Ride 6: Sapang Palay - PITx via Quezon Av

    From: España Blvd. Intersection, City of Manila

    To: Lung Center of the Philippines, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

    Fare: ₱25.5

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUB)

  5. Walk

    Distance 572 m

    1. DEPART on to Quezon Avenue
    2. LEFT on to service road
    3. LEFT on to sidewalk
    4. RIGHT on to path
    5. LEFT on to steps
    6. LEFT on to footbridge
    7. RIGHT on to steps
    8. RIGHT on to path
    9. RIGHT on to sidewalk
    10. RIGHT on to PAWB
    11. RIGHT on to service road

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Lucky Chinatown

About Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Lucky Chinatown

The Philippine Regulation Commission office at Lucky Chinatown is located at the 3rd Floor, Prosperity Wing, and offers services for applying for licensure examinations and renewing professional IDs. It is open from 9AM to 5PM, Mondays to Fridays, with advisories posted on their official website.

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QC Parks and Wildlife

About QC Parks and Wildlife

The Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center is a great place to visit if you're looking to learn more about the plants and animals native to the Philippines. The park has a lagoon, an aquarium, a playground, and a botanical garden, as well as a Wildlife Rescue Center where you can see animals that have been confiscated, retrieved, or donated. You can also find several indigenous plants and animals throughout the park, including crab-eating macaques, water monitors, Philippine deer, binturongs, Palawan bearded pigs, and several varieties of birds.

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